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Malaysia Ministry seeks recordings of strange noises in sky

January 23, 2012 1 comment

http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest+News/Science+and+Tech/Story/A1Story20120123-323459.html

The Star/Asia News Network
Monday, Jan 23, 2012

The Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry wants to collect audio recordings of the purported strange noises in the sky heard by residents of Kota Samarahan, Sarawak.

In a Sinar Harian report, Deputy Minister Datuk Fadillah Yusuf said the ministry was collecting as much “evidence” as possible on the bizarre happening so it could submit its report to the National Space Agency (Angkasa) for further investigation.

“This incident is no laughing matter. We hope those who have audio or video recordings of the noises can come forward so we can investigate,” said Fadillah, adding that any evidence can be sent to the Petrajaya parliamentary service centre in Jalan Astana, Kuching.

Residents of Kota Samarahan claimed to have heard noises resembling “loud snorings” in the wee hours of Jan 11 and Jan 12, triggering speculations and apocalyptic theories among the fascinated.

The daily reported that residents in Budapest, Hungary and Conklin, Canada had also heard similar peculiar noises in the sky on the same dates.

The daily also quoted international reports saying the strange noises heard globally could have originated from the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) programme, an ionospheric research programme based in Gakona, Alaska in the United States.

Civil Unrest Spreads to Malaysia- 1400 Arrested by Police


Sunday, 10 July 2011 11:00


CIA Coup Army Uncovered in Asia


Monday, 04 July 2011 07:12

‘A tiny handful of Marxists, dupes, and shills converged in Bangkok today in what would seem like nothing more than a footnote in the day’s news. In reality, it was actually the surfacing fin of a shark prowling the political waters of Southeast Asia. While Bangkok certainly has enough foreign-funded troubles of its own, the protest was actually held at the Malaysian Embassy regarding “political prisoners” the Malaysian government is allegedly holding. What was particularly telling was the tiny, very familiar, clenched fist logo adorning the protesters’ clothing and banners.

The US National Endowment for Democracy (NED)-funded Prachatai propaganda outfit dutifully reported in their article, “Solidarity protest for clean and fair elections and immediate release of Bersih activists,” that on July 1, “students, activists and press gathered outside the Malaysian Embassy, Bangkok, in response to the Malaysian Government’s arrest of more than a hundred members of the coalition network Bersih 2.0 consisting of various Malaysian human rights organizations campaigning for reforms in the electoral system.”

Joining the protest, according to the Bangkok Post, was the People’s Empowerment Foundation, another National Endowment for Democracy-funded front group.’

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